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The community often hears a lot of rhetoric about Gun Violence and Control....but FACAA hears very little on this topic as it concerns the victims that comprise the working class and the poor. The topic of VOTING is a hot topic as FACAA hears candidates say, "the poor don't vote". This means that the poor may not matter to the electorate. Could the poor and working class be contributors to this political position? We want to cover the question of the Millenials who are feeling left out of the American dream. This category of citizens are burdened with Student Loans and cannot find a job that pays decent wages to cover their debts or live the dream that society planted in their hopes and personal quests for success. and the world is at war...the world! So what about the domestic economy? So many cutbacks, inflation, rising costs of living ....less pay....!!! LET'S TALK AMERICA!
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Today at the mike.... Dr. Joyce J. Dorsey and Ms. Jasmine Payne along with FACAA Team Members.
"Every generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it." ~ George Orwell
The fashion. The music. The selfies. The texting and tweeting.
If you're a middle-aged baby boomer, you've probably found yourself shaking your head on more than one occasion when trying to understand millenials. The glaring differences between the generations are often hard to ignore. Sometimes this fuels misunderstandings and misjudgments that tend to create a culture of cynism and distrust. But once you get past the differences, you'll find that there is plenty that each generation can learn from the other.
If you have a millenial in your life that you struggle to understand and relate to, you'll want to tune in today. We're chatting with Christin Taylor, a professor who has worked with millenials for 10 years, and author of the new book, Crew: Finding Community When Your Dreams Crash. Tune in as she teaches you what it takes to bridge the generational gap and reach out to the young adults in your life.
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Jason Cox, Director of Business Development for Brightstone Transitions, a young adult program in northern Georgia, joined Lon September 2, 2015 to talk about problems millennials have. Basically, Jason explained, they are so used to interacting with people through a screen that they have trouble developing real relationships. Listen to this podcast where he explained how Brightstone helps their students get control over digital use and works with them to introduce them into the community where they learn how to relate to other people.
Contact: Jason Cox 336-971-3434 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brightstonetransitions.com
Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 email@example.com www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com
Our guest, Mary Gilbert is a marketing professional who has spent the last 25 years launching new technologies for brands like Microsoft, HP, AT&T, and eBay. Mary is currently a strategy leader at eBay Enterprise and works with the Millennial generation to evolve commerce. Mary is also the founder of The Culture Shift Institute, an organization developing tools and techniques to unlock potential in leaders and their teams. Some of her personal oopinions can be found on her blog at Kinanda.net.
Millennials are looking for meaning, purpose, and connection in their work and are willing to take risks to have it. How do successful, progress-oriented organizations take advantage of the connection between Millenials and the previous generation? How do we create environments to bring them together? In this program we will discover ways leaders can create conditions for success. We'll learn some techniques to maintain the attention and dedication necessary for rapid prototyping and game-changing delivery. And, we'll talk bout how to keep the ball moving forward, while supporting each other to achieve new levels of growth, learning and performance.
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Radio [itvt]: StoryTech's Brian Seth Hurst and Lori H. Schwartz on VR, Millennials and Plurals at TVOT 2015
Brian Seth Hurst and Lori H. Schwartz are co-founders of StoryTech, an agency dedicated to "informed collaboration between storytellers (including brands) and technology companies."
At TVOT 2015 in San Francisco next week (purchase your tickets here!), Schwartz will be moderating a panel that will explore how established media companies and brands are reinventing programming and advertising in order to reach Millennials and Plurals; while Hurst has organized, and will be moderating, the show's "Grand Finale" panel, "The Reality of Virtual Reality." (Note: Strawberries and champagne will be served during the Grand Finale panel; and StoryTech will be giving away an Oculus Samsung Gear VR via a raffle!)
In this recorded interview with [itvt] Editor-in-Chief, Tracy Swedlow, Schwartz and Hurst discuss their work at StoryTech, and cast light on the issues they plan to explore in their respective panels.
This week we'll be interviewing Angela Thurston, one of the brightest young millienial stars we know. Angie Thurston is at Harvard Divinity School to deepen spiritual community among millennials amidst increasing religious disaffiliation. A graduate of Brown University, Angie spent six years as a playwright and arts administrator in New York City. She now applies her creative energy to collaborations centered on fostering spiritual growth.
America is changing: Millennials are less religiously affiliated than ever before. Churches are just one of many institutional casualties of the internet age in which young people are both more globally connected and more locally isolated than ever before.
Against this bleak backdrop, a hopeful landscape is emerging. Millennials are flocking to a host of new organizations that deepen community in ways that are powerful, surprising, and perhaps even religious. After two years of noticing this happen, Angela has coauthored this report with Casper ter Kuile. The two are sharing their findings in order to start a conversation. They speak to three groups of people: Organizational leaders, organizational supporters and those interested in America’s changing religious landscape.
They highlight ten organizations that illustrate what is happening. These organizations have a shared ethos. They map out their ancestry, sibling projects, and cousins in corporate America. They close the report with a few considerations for the organizations and others invested in their success, asking: Who are we serving? How are we leading? What about God?
Hopefully these organizations will begin to see themselves as part of a broader cultural shift toward deeper community. By consciously coming together, they could form the DNA of a fruitful movement for personal spiritual growth and social transformation. We invite you to join us in considering how millennials are changing the way we gather.
Who says hiring staff has to be difficult?
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been recruiting leaders and staff for organizations for more than 40 years. He has evaluated more that 400000 resumes and filled more than 1100 positions.
He is the host of "No B. S. Job Search Advice Radio on BlogTalkRadio" and "Job Search Radio" on WebTalkRadio.net.
He has created more than 500 videos about hiring and job search and publishes "No B. S. Hiring Advice Ezine" and "No B. S. Job Search Advice Ezine." You can receive a complimentary subscription to either of both at his website.
On this show, Jeff discusses some of the things to evaluate when interviewing Millenials.
Here are the two great guests on this week’s show Opening Message- In my opening message this week I talk about how being a business OWNER, or acting like one, is a way to really do your best work! In our first segment we re-connect with business owner and friend Tom Borgerding on a new product that should help millenials and employers find each other Tom Borgerding President/CEO […]
Millennial’s Investing Habits - The Wealth DNA radio show is dedicated to helping you increase your wealth, as well as educating savers & investors. During this show we’ll talk about our younger listeners who are usually referred to as Millenials or Generation Y. We’ll discuss how they invest or don’t invest, and why or why not. We’ll also drill down to the specific differences between them and their Baby Boomer or Generation X counterparts.
Our guest to discuss Millennial’s Investing Habits is Philip Racusin, senior associate of Pagel, Davis & Hill, P.C., and he specializes in litigation. He is also CEO and co-founder of EnergyFunders, an online platform that directly connects investors to small and micro-cap oil and gas projects across the U.S. If you don’t know much about the differences between how the various generations invest, or if you wonder what the connection is with EnergyFunders, ... prepare your questions, and grab a cup of coffee, tea, glass of wine, or your favorite beverage and join us on Wealth DNA radio for Millennial’s Investing Habits...
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Ron, Fadel and Angie discuss: Is it Time to Downsize your Home; How to Master Your Credit Scores; 401(k) Plans are the New Piggy Bank; Millenials want to Live, Work and Play within walking distance of home; the changing Real Estate Demographic over the next 15-20 years; The Brief Case / Compact Life Style; Mortgage Minute; Your Credit Matters; Real Time Real Estate; Word on Wealth; and so much more.
Ron Siegel, consumer advocate and mortgage lender with VIP Mortgage, discusses anything that affects the roof over your head, your bank account or other items that will benefit you / your family.
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John Clark, CEO of Masterclock has received many awards including Missouri's "Exporter of the Year" and the City of St. Charles "Employer of the Year", but he is still a humble guy giving back on the local level, and internationally through Rotary. Masterclock has been a leader in the precise timing systems industry and continues to find new areas of growth.Their time-synchronization devices do everything from ensuring smooth programming transitions for broadcast studios to precise timing astronaut liftoffs. Learn more: http://www.masterclock.com/company/masterclock-in-the-news
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This weekend I participated in Dylan Fest Duluth which has been going on about 20 years. I live in Duluth now where he was born. A few events which used to take place at Zimmy's in Hibbing; have been transferred to Duluth because Zimmys the restaurant which was named after him is now closed. I sang in a Bob Dylan songwriter competition on Friday night. The talent is incredible and people came from all over. After about 25 minutes of discussing Bob Dylan, we redirect the conversation to the last 15 years in American history with the advent of the Oprah Show, the new style of music, music managers in the industry including Britney Spear's career including her journey in and out of drugs. Bob Dylan said this when he responded to multiple fans saying he was a prophet. paraphrased "People kept telling me that I am a prophet." then he goes on to say when he brought the message of Jesus to his fans, they rejected him. I can tell you from a Christian point of view, he found the truth of God after fame. He was not tricked into it. He found it on his own. He his a natural son of Abraham coming from the Jewish faith. So don't reject his messages of his Christian era. It won't affect him if you don't. It will affect your own vision. We continue the discussion of how L.A. changed after the Aids crisis and more. Listen to this cultural masterpiece known as Poltical Gravity.